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Tuesday, August 24 2010

Luchino Visconti
Tuesday 24/8 - Sunday 26/9
This year, Helsinki Festival will be showcasing this Italian auteur’s entire oeuvre.
Chamber music at the City Hall I
Tuesday 24/8 at 17.30
Young Finnish musical talents play rare instruments from the Pohjola Bank Arts Foundation collection in a historic setting.
Gintersdorfer/Klaßen: Othello c’est qui
3 shows starting from tuesday 24/8
This German double act have written a dialogue based on Shakespeare's Othello for a Finnish and an African-born actor.
Deborah Hay: Lightening
7 shows starting from tuesday 24/8
The American modern dance icon has teamed up with a group of Finnish dancers to create her latest production.
Paula Koivuniemi: Rakkaudesta
Tuesday 24/8 at 19
The grand dame of Finnish schlager performs love songs by some of Finland's best-loved songwriters.
Sibelius: 7 Symphonies II
Tuesday 24/8 at 19.30
The symphonies of Finland's most celebrated composer will be performed in the concert hall where they first received their debuts.
Andrey Moguchy: The Gardeners
Tuesday 24/8 at 20 and wednesday 25/8 at 20
Gardeners hide in a world of make believe, trying to forget the past and prepare for what lies ahead.
Psilicone Theatre: Mrs. STRANGLED AND Mr. SHOT
Tuesday 24/8 at 20 and wednesday 25/8 at 20
This audiovisual crime story stars miniature silicon puppets performing via video projection.
Art Goes Kapakka
Thursday 19/8 - Saturday 28/8
Let the arts get under your skin!
Icelandic Love Corporation: Tight
Friday 20/8 - Monday 4/10
This Icelandic trio’s work draws on their own brand of humorous and urbane irony.
Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves
Saturday 21/8 - Sunday 10/10
Massive in scale, this London-based artist’s new nine-screen film installation weaves together an epic tale of China.
Finnish Baroque Orchestra: The House Music series
Saturday 21/8 - Sunday 5/9
Top Finnish musicians take the music back into the home as Helsinki's locals open their doors to music fans, both old and new.